The approach is effort-based, and allows you to develop the endurance and efficiency of swimming techniques while having fun. The child will learn, among other things, to perform the primary examination of a conscious victim, to communicate effectively with emergency pre-hospital services, performing a visual scan of an aquatic facility and effectively initiating an emergency rescue aid.
In addition to improving swimming techniques, the child will learn how to perform the primary examination of an unconscious victim, provide care to a victim in shock, treat a conscious victim who is choking, and perform a non-contact rescue using a floating object.
The child can now perfect his swimming techniques and develop his rescue and first aid skills. At the end of this course, the child will be able to, among other things, rescue a tired victim or a person who does not know how to swim, treat a fracture or an injured joint, and providing care to a victim who has difficulty breathing due to a severe allergy or asthma attack.
Cost $101 resident, $127 non-resident